Positive Identification (ToolKillApp.b)

Discussion in 'Trojan Defence Suite' started by hardhead, Apr 4, 2005.

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  1. hardhead

    hardhead Registered Member

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    Can I get some advice as what I should do next please.

    Thanks hardyhar
     

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    Hi,

    In general:
    Let some online scanners have a look at those files; for example the KAV online scanner and Jotti's online scanner.

    As for those dual extension warnings:
    Usual these are false positives.
    Well, not exactly false positives; it all depends on how you look at those files names.
    I myself would wish that companies would avoid those crazy things, but alas...
    So, it all depends on you, the user; the decision is yours; look closely at those files: are they from a trusted source? are those warnings suddenly popping up? what do other scanners say about them?

    As for that warning about killaps.exe :
    there was recently a thread:
    https://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=73504
     
  4. hardhead

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    Thanks Jooske for the fast reply. This is a first time that I have done a full scan in about a week. Everything was clean before then.

    I think I will hold off and see what else comes of the thread you pointed me to.

    Regards,
    hardyhar
     
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